Democratic Lawmakers Renew Plan To Make Calif. Right-To-Die StateCalifornia lawmakers are renewing their efforts to allow terminally ill patients to legally kill themselves after an earlier defeat.
Pres. Obama Flying To Calif. Tuesday For Democratic FundraisersPresident Barack Obama is flying into California on Tuesday for a pair of Democratic fundraisers in Silicon Valley and the Los Angeles area.
Candidates From Same Party Competing In Calif. House Racesnder California's primary system, the top two candidates regardless of political affiliation move on to the general election, leading to cases in which candidates will be facing members of their own party this November.
Gov. Brown Hails President Obama's Global Warming InitiativeGov. Jerry Brown is welcoming President Barack Obama's global warming initiative and says it shows the administration "is confronting climate change head-on."
Money, Star Power Await Pres. Obama On Fundraising TourMoney, star power and Hollywood awaited President Barack Obama on a West Coast swing featuring a bit of official business, but mostly fundraising for a Democratic Party eager to go on offense after a politically debilitating two months.
Brown Vetoes Bill Banning Semi-Automatic RiflesGov. Jerry Brown has vetoed a bill that would have banned future sales of most semi-automatic rifles that accept detachable magazines, part of a firearms package approved by state lawmakers in response to mass shootings in other states.
Bill Introduced To Deal With Expected Doctor ShortageA Democratic lawmaker introduced a package of bills Wednesday to address an expected doctor shortage as California prepares to insure millions of new patients under federal health care reforms.
Bill Would Force California Gun Owners To Buy Insurance Democratic lawmakers are proposing legislation that would require California gun owners to buy liability insurance to cover any damages or injuries caused by their weapons.
Calif. Bill Seeks To Tighten Assault Weapons Law Legislation that has the backing of California's attorney general would close a loophole in the nation's toughest assault weapons law, making it more difficult for guns to be swiftly reloaded with high-capacity magazines.